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FCHEA Discusses Fuel Cell Vehicle and H2 Station Deployment with MA Governor Baker

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FCHEA Discusses Fuel Cell Vehicle and H2 Station Deployment with MA Governor Baker

Justin Lewis

On April 12, FCHEA President Morry Markowitz had the opportunity to briefly speak with Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker in Boston, at a breakfast event hosted by the New England Council. 

At the breakfast, Governor Baker spoke about challenges facing the New England region pertaining to renewable energy generation and meeting future transportation policy goals. 

 Governor Baker addresses members of the New England Council in Boston, April 12, 2018. 

Governor Baker addresses members of the New England Council in Boston, April 12, 2018. 

A preliminary network of twelve retail hydrogen stations between the New York City and Boston metropolitan areas is currently in development, which will allow for the initial deployment of fuel cell vehicles in the Northeast.  

In addition, FCHEA member Proton Onsite recently upgraded their Wallingford, Connecticut facility's hydrogen station to serve retail FCVs on a 24/7 basis.